In the area of Mount Hebron there are many archeological remains of ancient wineries and wine to indicate the central location of the wine industry. Pottery pottery of ancient wine was discovered in excavations in Tel Hebron, bearing the emblem of the kingdom of Judah (700 BC) and inscribed – to the King of Hebron. Ancient wineries dating back more than 2000 years were discovered in the ancient Susya and Yatir forest, indicating the developed wine industry in the area. M, in the seam between the Judean Desert of the High Mountain, snow in the winter and dryness of the Judean Desert in the summer, deep wadi soil, classic “Trevor” to make red gourmet wines. The vines grow near the cherry orchard and know that the taste and aroma of the cherry are well …
Due to the unique climate of the Judean Desert, the vineyards enjoy warm summers and snowy winters, all of which give the grapes the special flavor that has a great influence on the wine.
Not only is there an extreme difference between winter and summer, but even between day and night, the difference in temperatures often reaches up to 20 degrees.
Wine vines of high quality varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Petty Wordo and Pinot Noir. The grapes are grown using a special grazing method, paying attention to soil treatment, lighting, ventilation and environmental conditions. The vineyard uses environmentally friendly materials while maintaining its natural biological texture.
Professional winemakers usually chew the grape seed and determine the future date and quality of the future wine. Quality lies in the nucleus, the roots. According to this test, it can indeed be said that the wine from the vineyards of La Fora La Manche winery derives its unique flavor from the ancient roots of the original Israeli country wine that was known throughout the ancient world as a fine wine.
We strive to make the root of Israeli wine art accessible and the special wine flavors of La Pura Blanche Winery at equal prices for every soul. Directly from the consumer winery.
In 1993, Menachem began the pioneering planting of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes in the Mount Hebron area and established the vineyards of Sde Caleb on the land he owned.
Bruno Darmon joined the winery in 2009 as chief winemaker with the aim of extracting the best wine from these grapes. With more than 20 years of experience in international winemaking, the finest wines he has produced have received several awards and medals in Israel and around the world
Jacob Brees joins Winery in 2016, a digital marketing and online marketing expert leading the company's marketing strategy. Hence, the entire strategy is changing, and they are beginning to formulate a different and new course that will strengthen and develop wine culture in Israel. Establishing an online site that sells wine at a cost from the manufacturer to the consumer without any fees.
On March 30, 2020, the mass mobilization project was successfully completed. He raised close to NIS 150,000. With the amount raised we will build an online purchase site where you are now
In the area of Mount Hebron there are many archeological remains of ancient wineries and wine to indicate the central location of the wine industry. Pottery pottery of ancient wine was unearthed in excavations at Tel Hebron, with the emblem of the Kingdom of Judah (700 BC) inscribed – King Hebron. Ancient wineries dating back more than 2,000 years were discovered in ancient Susya and Yatir forest, indicating the developed wine industry in the area.
The Livni family produces wine from a unique vineyard “Sde Dog” from 2003
The Lebanese Forest 2016 was produced from the initial free run (100% free) of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes (100%), grown in a 900-acre vineyard, between the High Mountain and the Judean Desert, and harvested by manual and selective harvest. The wine aged in French and American oak barrels and did not undergo any filtration processes.
The winery’s flagship wine expresses the winemaking philosophy and marvelous vineyard “Field Dog”. Its color is very dark burgundy and almost black. Has a lush aroma of intense black berries and Belgian dark chocolate, alongside fresh green pepper, rosemary, violets and lavender blossoms. Every sip of the wine will slowly reveal even more of the layers hidden in it.
A digital marketing and online marketing expert leads the company's marketing strategy. Jacob's grandfather, a pioneer in the production of kosher wine in France, gave him the passion for wine and the wine business, which pushed him to enter into the vineyard.
Bruno Darmon joined the winery in 2009 as chief winemaker with the aim of extracting the best wine from these grapes. With more than 20 years of experience in international winemaking, the finest wines he has produced have received several national and international awards and medals. In 2018, together with Menachem Livni, he initiated the new La Pura Blanche winery.